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Star Wars, Rise of the Empire, Chapter 3
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Star Wars, Rise of the Empire

Chapter 3

"Ahsoka Tano!" Jade leaped up from her seat. "Is it really you? What in the galaxy are you doing here? Why didn't you tell me who you were and..." "Slow down Jade." Ahsoka said, laughing. "One question at a time." "Okay." Jade said, taking a breath. "What are you doing here? I haven't seen you in years." "Well after the Republic fell, I've been moving from planet to planet hoping not to be found by the Empire." "But what happened to you before that? Just before the end of the war, you vanished. They wouldn't tell me what happened." "That doesn't matter now." Ahsoka said. "How did you escape?" "Just a minuet." Carl said. "Who is Ahsoka? How do you know each other? And why didn't she just tell you who she was on Argol? For all we know she could be a servant of the Empire." "Carl I knew Ahsoka since before the war." Jade said. "She and I trained at the Jedi Temple together." "So she's a Jedi?" "No," said Ahsoka. "I left the Order." "Well this is all well and good," said Carl. "But Jade, we have a big problem." "What's the problem?" Ahsoka asked. "Our parents were taken by the Empire." Jade looked down. "That's why we were on Argol. We were trying to get help from a friend but he's been taken too." "Well your trip wasn't all in vain. I can help you." Ahsoka said. "Which planet did you live on?" "We live on Ariadu. In the Mid Rim. Kell sector." "Ok," Ahsoka said. "It's highly unlikely that your parents have been moved off-world yet. The Empire is probably holding them at its facility down in the southern hemisphere." "How do you know this?" Carl asked. "I have been to Ariadu before." "Right." Jade said, turning in her seat to look out the veiwscreen. "Lets jump to Ariadu and make our plan once we're there." "Beepi!" Carl called. "Come here!" The droid grumbled but rolled slowly up toward the droid socket. "Can you hurry up Beepi?" Carl said. The droid programmed the navicomputer and the ship jumped into hyperspace.

They had been traveling through the swirling rings of hyperspace for little under an hour when with a massive jerk, the ship was yanked out of hyperspace. Jade and Carl were thrown out of their seats and Beepi was sent spinning across the cockpit. "What just happened!" Jade exclaimed, when the ship had leveled out. Then, all the lights flickered and went dark. Beepi switched on his lamps and illuminated the cockpit. The kids stared at each other, fear obvious on their faces. Ahsoka quickly walked to the console and tapped a few buttons. "The hyperdrive is dead. So is everything else except this console, life support, and backup engines. Why aren't they dead?" She said, almost to herself. "That's because those things are connected to separate power sources." Carl said, picking himself off the floor. "Just in case one gets knocked out, we have a backup for important things like life-support." "Makes sense I guess." Ahsoka said. "But something took out the main power source and we have to find out what it is. Beepi, scan the ship for life signs please." Beepi whistled and plugged into the astromech socket. After a minuet Beepi brought up a reading of the ships life signs. As she read them, Ahsoka's face grew grave. "What's wrong?" Jade asked. "Conduit Ticks." Ahsoka said. "The hold's full of them." "What is a conduit tick?" Carl queried. Jade stood up and started pacing the cockpit, an agitated look on her face. "A conduit tick is a small bug about the size of a jogan fruit. The crawl into starships and chew wires and destroy any power sources. They are also very poisonous. And now our ship is infected with them." Carl stared at Jade. "How do you know so much about them?" "I read about them in the Jedi Archives." Ahsoka grinned. "Yeah. when we wanted to spar with our training sabers, Jade was sitting in the Archive room, reading off a data pad." "Ok Miss Bookworm, how do we destroy these conduit ticks?" "Well," Jade said, thinking. "The conduit tick is distantly related to the geonosian brain worm. It shares the worm's hate of freezing cold. So if we freeze the ship, they should die." "I remember back in the Clone War," Ahsoka said. "A medical frigate was infested with the geonosian brain worms, they infected all the clones, but once the ship was frozen, they all died. This should work." Carl walked up with Beepi, "Hate to be the bearer of bad news, but along with everything else, the coolant system is down. We have no way to freeze the ship." "Well," Jade said. "You're good at fixing things Carl, you can make it work." "Right," Carl said. "We have to reroute power to the coolant. Then we can activate it and freeze the ship! Lets go!" They took off down a dark hallway, Beepi's lamps leading the way.

They kept running until they reached a door. Carl hit a button on the control panel beside it. He waited, then hit it again. Nothing happened. "No!" he said. "I forgot. All the doors are connected to the main power source. I can't open it." "But we can hot-wire the door so it will open." Ahsoka said, bending to the door. "My Jedi master was very good at that." She carefully pried the front off the control panel and look hard at the collection of wires inside. She pulled one out and then another. "Can you hurry this up?" Carl said, shifting from one foot to the other. "Be patient. This will take around ten minuets." At last Ahsoka closed the panel and walked to the door. "Help me push." She said. They shoved the door and it slowly slid open. When it was halfway open, something black and small flew out and latched itself on to Jade's arm. She screamed and threw it off her. Carl slammed his foot down and crushed it. "Jade are you alright?" Ahsoka said, running to her. "It didn't bite you did it?" Jade's face was contorted with pain, "I think so." "Jade!" Carl yelled. "Oh no. Uh...you said it was poisonous, is it very poisonous?" "Fatal." Jade said, gripping her arm. "It can kill within 2 hours." "Well you're awfully calm for a person who is DYING!!!" Carl screamed. "Stop stressing out Carl." said Jade. "It's a very common venom called nerotoxin. Every starship aid kit will have an antidote. You just need to get to the..." Jade's voice cut out as she fell with a thud onto the hall floor. "Well that bug had it's priorities right. It went for the only person who knew anything about anything." "Shut up Carl and help me with her." Ahsoka said, picking Jade up. "I'll take her to the cockpit. You go to the medical bay and get that antidote." "You'd better go, I can't hot-wire doors." "Ahh, it'll take to long anyway." Ahsoka set Jade down and picked up her satchel. She pulled out a cylindrical object and handed it to Carl. "Take this, cut though the door and HURRY!" Carl took one second to stare at the lightsaber in wonder before he raced down the hallway with Beepi hard on his heels.

He twisted and turned until he finally came to a door with Medical Bay, over it. He pulled at the door but when it didn't budge he lifted the lightsaber. "Now how do you turn this thing on." Beepi whistled and extended an arm to point to a button. Carl took a breath, and switched it on. An emerald green light flooded the hallway. Carl stared at the weightless blade and moved it slowly back and forth. Then he plunged it into the door. He was amazed at how easy it was to move though the solid metal door and soon had a sizable hole in it. He turned the saber off and darted to one side, afraid that a tick would fly out. When none did, he dashed into the room. "Beepi, which is the nerotoxin antidote?" Beepi rolled into the room and swiped a bottle off a shelf. Carl grabbed it and dashed back to the cockpit. "Carl, I hope you have that antidote!" Ahsoka said as he ran into the cockpit. "Yeah it's right here." Carl passed the bottle to Ahsoka who injected the liquid into Jade. "She should be fine. Now we need to rid this ship of these ticks." "But shouldn't we stay here with..." "She'll be fine. But if we don't get rid of these things, we could get bitten as well. Let's go." They disappeared down a hallway.

Jade slowly opened her eyes and blinked as the cockpit came into focus. She sat up and put a hand to her head, trying to make the world stop swinging. "Jade, are you ok?" Carl said. "I'm alright," she looked around the brightly lit room. "Wait, did you get the power back on?" Ahsoka smiled, "Yes, turns out that Carl is pretty handy with a hydrospanner. He fixed it quicker than anyone I've ever seen. Well...maybe except my master." "Yup!" Carl said jubilantly. "We fixed everything and were about to jump to hyperspace when you woke up." "Well," Jade said. "What are we waiting for? Let's go get out parents back." Carl pulled a lever and the ship sped away.

End of Chapter 3

Prologue: https://mecabricks.com/en/models/Geje6yQmvKX
Chapter 1: https://mecabricks.com/en/models/xov7VG0kj0D
Chapter 2: https://mecabricks.com/en/models/0DvYOME829e
Chapter 4: https://mecabricks.com/en/models/Dp2lM63rjMV
Chapter 5: https://mecabricks.com/en/models/X8jOdVBPvYJ
Epilogue: https://mecabricks.com/en/models/KbjQdrMP2dG
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MOCmaster
4 months ago
Very interesting so far!
Keep it up!
MeinGasBillistTooHigh
4 months ago
"Shut up Carl" XD I love these character interactions (and that ship hallway
), nice work!

P.S. Why, oh why did you have to remind me about that clone wars episode with the brain worms? That seriously freaked me out as a kid when I watched it, so thanks XD
MrBrick
4 months ago
Wow! This is even better than the previous part! Can't wait for Chapter 4!
Dragon_Rider06
4 months ago
@CalcManProduductions, Thanks! Yeah, it was really fun writing all the dialogue and interactions. Sorry
.

@MrBrick, Thanks!
MrBrick
4 months ago
You're welcome!
Guitarman2
4 months ago
This is really cool! Good job!
XForce198
4 months ago
Great job again; I'm really enjoying how you build up the characters' personalities.
-Rubrickscube-
4 months ago
Okay...

So honestly, this is like 100% accurate to the Clone Wars dialogue and stuff - in the sense that you could literally write TCWs because you are so good with dialogue. This is my favorite chapter so far, and HOW do you still think you aren't good at writing?!?! XD Seriously, this was awesome.
Dragon_Rider06
4 months ago
Thanks Rubrickscube! And really? I had know idea I was copying The Clone Wars, I was just writing. But yes, I admit it, I like writing!
-Rubrickscube-
4 months ago
Nice. That wasn't what I meant though. I meant that your style was so great that you could have tricked me into thinking that this was a TCWs episode. Not that you plagiarized it.
MeinGasBillistTooHigh
4 months ago
Actually, now that RBC mentioned it, this would make for a good clone wars-style episode. In fact...with a few small touch-ups here and there, I think this would be a great replacement for Star Wars Rebels (I like your Jade character much better than Ezra, and I must say Jade played a good part in inspiring my hero character, Jasmin Fisher
)

Thanks, and keep up the good work!
Dragon_Rider06
4 months ago
Thanks CalcManProductions! and you're welcome!
-Rubrickscube-
4 months ago
This definitely beats Rebels. I can't stand Rebels, or Freemakers.
Dragon_Rider06
4 months ago
I don't know... I really like Rebels and Freemakers is amazing!
MeinGasBillistTooHigh
4 months ago
Rebels was really bad in the beginning imo, but it redeemed itself in later seasons. Freemakers was basically an average kids show, but it was pretty enjoyable (I remember this part of one episode when they were in a Palpatine museum on Naboo and freaking RO-GR uses a fully functional museum blaster he grabbed off a Clone Wars exhibit to fight off Dengar. Comedy Gold XD)
Guitarman2
4 months ago
Freemaker was awesome. Because Lego.
Dragon_Rider06
4 months ago
Lol! Yeah. Roger is the best character is the Freemaker series!
-Rubrickscube-
4 months ago
I actually have never seen Freemakers, but I still don't like Rebels. I got Freemakers and that terrible "Resistance" mixed up. I just don't like how similar so many of the characters are to - well, I won't get into that.

Clone Wars wasn't bad though.
Dragon_Rider06
4 months ago
Yes, Clone Wars is amazing. I didn't like Resistance either.
MeinGasBillistTooHigh
4 months ago
Funny thing, I actually started liking The Clone Wars LESS as I grew older, because later I found out about the other "Clone Wars" show from 2003 that was much, much cooler (made by the same Russian guy that made Samurai Jack) and omg the action scenes are second to none, and in my honest opinion it fits much better in the sw timeline than the new show. If you're more into watching stuff blow up than in-depth plots I highly recommend it (the whole series in its 2-hour entirety is on youtube XD)
-Rubrickscube-
4 months ago
Makes sense. I haven't heard of the 2003 one, but I will Google it.
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